Bad news bears, singles: Match.com has released a new survey that shows the dating rules have changed. Again. But even though the playing field has become a bit of uncharted territory, the traditional dating do's and dont's still apply.
A new study shows women are generally less satisfied with their physical appearance after their first time having sex. A man's self-esteem, on the flip side, generally goes up after losing his virginity.
It's the question we'd all love to have answered: why do marriages fall apart? A recently released infographic from The National Marriage Project offers data towards this end and also suggest the steps we can take to avoid divorce. According to the infographic, titled "When Marriage Disappears," if you want a long-lasting marriage, you should have a college degree, be over the age of 25, have a baby 7 months into your marriage, have a religious affiliation, a decent-paying job and have parents who are still married.
Behind every great man is a great woman and Sandra Torres is tired of standing behind her husband, Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom. So much so that she wants to be the one who succeeds her husband in office when his term ends this coming fall
They say a picture is worth a thousand words but for British couple Martin and Heidi Shubrook, a video is worth a thousand dollars. When Martin and Heidi received their video, all they saw was grass. Literally. Plus other shots that were taken at odd-angles. So, they did what any couple would do: they sued. The two were awarded $1,000 for the mishap.
And if populations ratios were to level out, then the average monthly messages received by white people would go down while it would go up for latinos, asians, and blacks, with asians receiving the majority of messages. In the chance that asians became the predominant race, 74% of white senders would send to asians, with 98% of asians, 71% of latinos and 66% of blacks doing the same. So, at least in online dating, is race relations just a numbersgame?
Harvard professor and author Edward L. Gleaser believes that e-mail and Facebook can actually improve our relationships and connecting via cyberspace actually increases the value of face-to-face interactions.
For many of us, infidelity is what makes us weary of committed relationships. Whether it's our own past experiences or a discouraging divorce rate, being cheated on is not something we want to go through. But now there's a study that reveals the way to peg a cheater and it’s simply listen to their voice.
Any woman who's dated online has probably longed for a better way to weed out the creeps. Enter AdoptAGuy.com. The idea for the site originated in France after two friends grew tired of hearing women complain about how uncomfortable online dating could be for them. The site, which launched in 2007 in Europe, is now in the US and is seeking to help put women in the driver's seat of online dating.
Mardi Gras is here (!), and you can bet New Orleans will be a spectacle of booze, boobs and beads. However, if you didn't get a chance to visit "The Big Easy" for this year's celebration, it doesn't mean you can't still celebrate. As a way to include you and your partner in the last hurrah before Lent begins (tomorrow), here are six ways the two of you can celebrate the indulgence that is Mardi Gras right from your own home. Low-Cost, Last-Minute Mardi Gras